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It takes a (Devonport) village …

It’s been a while coming, but at last we’re about to see improvements in Devonport’s Town Centre for walking, scooting and cycling. The benefits will be felt by more than […]

Aug 09, 2022
Welcome to our new Volunteer and Events Manager

We love Angie’s enthusiasm for all things biking and can’t wait for her to make her mark at Bike Auckland and for people on bikes in Tāmaki Makarau. 1. What […]

Aug 02, 2022
Guest post : Dear Mike (Hosking)

Thanks to Jane Shearer from Thoughts in Uncertain Times for letting us share her ode to Mike Hosking. Mike Hosking is a voluble and high profile radio talk show host […]

Jul 27, 2022
Transport design is a question of freedom

“I’m not anti-cycling but” has become the catch phrase in opinion pieces about transport design. Often followed with arguments about the economic impact of reducing parking or accusations of forcing […]

Jul 15, 2022
Not another cyclist lost

A look at the barriers and opportunities in our transport system Following the death of 28 year old Hamiltonian Jessica Moser while riding her bike, Louise Hutt, chairperson Go Eco […]

Jul 12, 2022
The Fancy Women’s Bike Ride comes to Auckland

The Auckland Fancy Women Bike Ride is the newest event on Tamaki Makaurau’s bike calendar. Now in it’s 10th year, 2022 will be the first time Auckland has joined 30 […]

Jul 01, 2022
The life and times of an American bike messenger

In this guest post Justin Smith, Owner / Operator Full Cycle NYC and NZ, shares his experience as a bike messenger in some of the busiest cities in the world. […]

Jun 13, 2022
Bike infrastructure report card: how well is Auckland progressing?

Depending how hard you’ve worked report cards either generate feelings of pride or wanting to hide it from your parents. In this blog, the Bike Auckland Infrastructure team give their […]

Jun 10, 2022
Bike Auckland continues to advocate for the safety of people on bikes

Following the death of Levi James on 5 March 2022 Gabriel Gati, Bike Auckland’s Legal Engagement Officer contacted his local MP (who just happens to be the Prime Minister): Dear […]

May 27, 2022

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